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Los Angeles Diocese Opts for Huge Payout in Sexual Abuse Cases

...exual abuse. Cardinal Roger Mahony recently told parishioners in an open letter that the archdiocese was selling its high-rise administrative building and considering the sale of about 50 other nonessential church properties to raise funds for a settlement. A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge overseeing...

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Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Potential therapy for the Sudan strain of Ebola could help contain some future outbreaks 2Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center awarded $18 million grant 2Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center awarded $18 million grant 3Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center awarded $18 million grant 4
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